Public health expenditure per capita reached 4,358 USD in 2017 in Germany, according to World Bank / WHO. This is 8.01 % more than in the previous year.
Historically, public health expenditure per capita in Germany reached an all time high of 4,392 USD in 2014 and an all time low of 116 USD in 1970. When compared to Germany's main peers, public health expenditure per capita in Austria amounted to 3,761 USD, 3,503 USD in Belgium, 3,794 USD in France and 644 USD in Poland in 2017.
Germany has been ranked 7th within the group of 33 countries we follow in terms of public health expenditure per capita, 7 places above the position seen 10 years ago.
Public health expenditure consists of recurrent and capital spending from government (central and local) budgets, external borrowing and grants (including donations from international agencies and non-governmental organisations), and social (or compulsory) health insurance funds.